The Great Attractor
Nov 09, 2018
Planet Earth, the Sun, our Solar System, the Galaxy, everything in our known universe, is always moving. This is something we know and accept. As we sit in our chairs in our offices, schools, and houses, we are hurdling through space at unimaginable breakneck speeds. 2.2 million kilometers per hour to be exact. While we understand the rate we which we are moving, the question is where are we going?
Send Your Own Satellite to Space
Oct 25, 2018
You can send your own satellite into space with the help of NASA’s Cubesat Launch Initiative.This CSLI program makes space research more accessible than ever before in history! 
The Goblin Planet
Oct 18, 2018
There is a tiny goblin orbiting our sun in the far reaches of our solar system and its name is 2015 TG387.
Animals in Space
Jul 12, 2018
Fruit flies, mice, monkeys, chimpanzees, guinea pigs, rabbits, frogs, reptiles—a menagerie. Probably the most famous is Laika, the dog launched aboard Sputnik 2 on November 3, 1957.
Ice cream, pizza launched into space
Jul 12, 2018
An ice cream truck was launched into space Sunday morning from Virginia. That may be a slightly distorted description of the resupply craft for the International Space Station that departed from the NASA facility on Wallops...
NASA growing food in space
Jul 12, 2018
When future astronaut crews begin living and working at more distant destinations in space, they will need to take a little of the Earth with them to help them breathe and allow them to eat their vegetables.